Ancient Money Talisman

This talisman has been historically associated with wealth and success since the medieval times. The design consists of four protective crosses guarding the four cardinal points.

Inside is the symbol AGLA, which are the first letters of the Latin sentence meaning “Thou art mighty forever, O Lord.”

AGLA is a notariqon (kabbalistic acronym) of the biblical phrase “Ateh Gibor Le-olam Adonai,” “The Lord is mighty forever.” AGLA was considered a name of God by magicians of the middle ages and appeared in magical formulas for everything from protection to flying. By Renaissance times, the formula was a common inscription for amulets and talismans. AGLA is used in its short form in a number of apotropaic circle-making formulas.

The Golden Dawn used it as the “God Name” of the North quarter in the “lesser banishing ritual,” representing Earth, and in the GRP to represent the passive elements of water and Earth. Agla also appears in Masonic lore, and some Masonic scholars have suggested that AGLA was a substitution for the “Word which was lost,” a primordial name of God or magical incantation which may represent the tetragrammaton.

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Listing created Mar 28, 2018

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